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The waters of Havasu Falls crash into a pool of turquoise thundering through the canyon. Photo credit: Justen Christensen

Justen Christensen

October 15, 2015

There are times when the destination simply is not worth the journey, and even the journey is not worth the journey. But Havasu Falls is different.What makes Havasu Falls worth the quest is not just its dreamlike setting, it is that instant in which you first set eyes upon its marvel, or when you first plunge...

Men’s Basketball: No. 2 Arizona Scrapes the Matadors

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Andrew Lim

November 17, 2014

  The CSUN Matadors (0-2) fell to the No. 2 Arizona Wildcats (2-0) by a score of 86-68 at the EA Sports Maui Invitational Mainland Challenge on Sunday Nov. 16. The Matadors stayed close through the first 12 minutes of the first half when they were down by just four points. Then the W...

Women’s Volleyball: No. 23 Arizona ends Matadors’ hot-streak

Matadors' best efforts not enough to keep undefeated season alive against the No. 23 Arizona Wildcats.

Candice Criss

September 8, 2014

Over the weekend, the Matadors participated in the Arizona Invitational in which they were issued their first loss of the season. They started off strong by winning their first two matches against Loyola of Chicago Wolf (2-2) and Alabama State University Hornets (2-4) but could not keep the momen...

A discriminatory bill against the LGBTQ community in Arizona thankfully vetoed

Illustration courtesy of MCT

Ryan Mancini

February 28, 2014

Upon viewing the the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual and Queer (LGBTQ) landscape in America, the current perception would be that things are going in the right direction. With marriage equality legalized in seventeen states (a judge in Virginia recently announced the unconstitutionality of the state’s gay...

CSUN students and faculty create a documentary giving insight to effect of Arizona ethnic studies ban

CSUN students and faculty create a documentary giving insight to effect of Arizona ethnic studies ban

Mercedes Richardson

November 27, 2012

When Arizona outlawed Mexican-American studies last year, CSUN students and faculty participated in protests and captured the struggle of schools and communities in the documentary "Outlawing Shakespeare: The Battle for the Tucson Mind." After 13 years, the Mexican-American studies programs have be...

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